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I have a rare Sea Wolf Knife made by Gus Marsh. Gus was in UDT in the early 1960's. He designed and  made 26 of the original pattern knives in stainless steel for his UDT-13 unit and some SEAL buddies. The original Sea Wolfs were made up of three distinct parts that were welded together at the crossguard and had no markings or name on the hilt at all.

When Gus decided to manufacture them, he had the knives cast in one piece of solid stainless steel. He received the rough cast blanks at his home and finished them to the mirror bright configuration in his garage workshop. He produced only about 200 of these second generation knives between 1980 and 1984. He only sold them at gun shows in CA, AZ, & NV. These knives were made from 440C stainless steel and hardened to the Rockwell C scale of 57-58. He has not made any more since 1984.

He later sold the molds to Mike England ( a known knife industry scammer, unbeknownst to Gus), who never paid Gus what he owed him, England then had them made in Asia and passed them off as originals with his own name as the maker stamped on them.

The REAL knives that Gus made are stamped SEA WOLF KNIFE CO. USA. on the grip area.
The PHONIES are stamped with just WOLF KNIFE CO.

This knife was received directly from Gus's patent attorney. It is in it's original box, with the accompanying instructions and guarantee. It has never been used and is in excellent condition. I don't need the knife, and don't normally collect this type, so I would prefer it to go to a 'good home' or into a suitable collection. Asking about $1800.

If any of you are interested, please let me know, Thanks,


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Agreed!  I need to look hard for one of these!!

So Mike can you shoot me a message to discuss?
Bryan that is amazing. Curious, what that is called then? CKCC? Are you linked with me on Facebook? Feel free to add me here and chat away if you have anything of the sort for trade/sell

Hi Jaron

if you accept the friend request I sent you earlier (here on IKC), I can message you and we can chat. Thanks!

Bryan W said:

Wow that was a fascinating "write up" that I was unaware of.  Beautiful design!

If your ever interested JJ, here is a unique one from Canada.  Enjoy the photos!

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